Articles in Watches

Navigating the creative process at the industry’s most established firms...
Photo by Jean-Daniel Meyer
Patek Philippe marks 175 years with its most sophisticated wristwatch yet. Thierry Stern, president...
Critical events that shaped the character of German watchmaking...
Devon follows an unusual evolutionary path...
History and a host of details drive Zenith's pilot watches...
Cuervo y Sobrions distils the emotion of vintage design...
A redesign for Manufacture Royale results in a new form...
Ressence boils away th extraneous components...
The Gift A one-of-a-kind DeWitt minute repeater/split-seconds chronograph with a second time zone...
The company partnered with L’Épée 1839 to create the science fiction–inspired timepiece…
Now in its second year, the show saw the debut of a number of significant new timepieces…
Photo by Ted Morrison
Global Thinking Greubel Forsey first attracted notice a decade ago by reviving 200-year-old English...
The new watch’s movement is outfitted with lightweight silicon components…
Louis Vuitton celebrates the launch of its new watchmaking facility with an original world-time...
Photography by Jeff Harris; Styling by Peter Tran
Once-obscure decorative techniques have now become as vital to the prestige of rival watchmaking...
The new Graham Tourbillon Orrery celebrates the 300th anniversary of the Orrery, the tabletop...
The first in a series of three limited editions, the Bugatti Mythe helps celebrate the companies’...
Power Hungry  Like an american muscle car from the 1970s, the Franck Muller Giga Gong Tourbillon (...
Bell & Ross’s new wristwatches are fueled by a fast-paced past. Bell & Ross’s new B-Rocket...
The timepiece includes design elements inspired by the iconic vehicles…

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